z bar rooftop

Discover these hotel bars recommended by Forbes magazine travel experts. We’ve selected three, which one is your favorite?


Rowes Wharf Bar Boston

Located in the Boston Harbor Hotel, a complete hotel for a gastronomic experience thanks to its two restaurants. The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille where you can enjoy afterworks and cocktails, and the Meritage Restaurant+Wine Bar where all the food has its perfect pairing with wine. The hotel bar, the Wharf Bar is described by Rowes as “luxurious and opulent”. It houses Boston’s largest whiskey collection. Wharf Bar focuses on the art of creating dynamic cocktails using fruits, herbs and spices.


St. Regis Bar and Wine Vault

For lovers of champagne and good cocktails, the St. Regis Bar and Wine Vault is an appropriate place. It is located at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort Hotel in Miami. It also houses a large collection of wines, about 2,500 bottles from 450 vineyards and 14 different countries. And for cocktails, you can try the Cucumber Aficionado, a house cocktail. A refreshing blend of Chopin vodka, cucumber juice and lime, topped with a splash of pickling brine. Other favorites are the bar’s classic cocktails, such as the Pisco Sour or the Mojito.

All this experience in the luxurious and elegant bar, with golden colors, and black marble highlighting the mirror walls.


Z Bar Peninsula Chicago

Lovers of a good rooftop terrace will find their place at Z Bar Peninsula Chicago. A beautiful rooftop lounge in this 5-star hotel located on Magnificent Mile, Chicago’s iconic Michigan Avenue, with iconic views of the city.

The hotel’s bar, Z Bar, is renowned for its Old Fashioned cocktail, which seems to be made to perfection. But also, innovative cuisine and cocktails with flavors from around the world please the palate of anyone who decides to visit Z Bar.


Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.


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